For more than 30 years now, Gary Numan has cast a singular, distinctive and ever-unsettling shadow over British pop. Picking up the baton from Kraftwerk in the late 1970s, he took synthesizer music to the very top of the pop charts, while also presenting his own uniquely nightmarish vision of the future, full of alienation and fear. Though inspired by sci-fi writers like Phillip K. Dick and JG Ballard, much of his music's paranoia was from… more »
Splinter (Songs from a Broken Mind)
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